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The Challenges Of Implementing A Governing Body For Regulating Esports, Jacqueline Martinelli May 2019

The Challenges Of Implementing A Governing Body For Regulating Esports, Jacqueline Martinelli

University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

This paper will discuss the recent growth in the esports industry and the challenges in developing a single regulatory model. Currently, there are multiple organizations that claim to govern the esports industry, but they all cover different areas of the sport which causes them to lack cohesion. These organizations lack the enforcement mechanism needed to back up the regulations that they propose. This creates a legitimacy issue at the same time that concerns over corruption continue to grow. These considerations make clear that there needs to be a single regulatory body to oversee the esports industry to preserve the legitimacy ...


Manure Management For Climate Change Mitigation: Regulating Cafo Greenhouse Gas Emissions Under The Clean Air Act, Katrina A. Tomas Feb 2019

Manure Management For Climate Change Mitigation: Regulating Cafo Greenhouse Gas Emissions Under The Clean Air Act, Katrina A. Tomas

University of Miami Law Review

Climate change is the defining challenge of our time, which if unbridled, will imperil our communities and the viability of future generations. Efforts to reduce global temperature rise require more than merely reforming carbon dioxide emissions from the energy and transportation sectors. Notably, climate solutions cannot be reached without simultaneously addressing the more potent methane and nitrous oxide gases. In the United States, intensive factory farms, legally known as Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (“CAFOs”), are responsible for large emissions of these two greenhouse gases due to manure mismanagement. While there are no federal environmental regulations in place for mitigating CAFOs ...


Distinguishing Deductible Repairs From Capitalized Improvements: An Expectations Approach To The New Repair Regulations, George Mundstock, Thomas J. Korge Jan 2015

Distinguishing Deductible Repairs From Capitalized Improvements: An Expectations Approach To The New Repair Regulations, George Mundstock, Thomas J. Korge

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Financial Inclusion In Peru: Lessons From Kenya's Regulatory Approach On E-Money, David E. Rodrigues Gonçalves Oct 2013

Financial Inclusion In Peru: Lessons From Kenya's Regulatory Approach On E-Money, David E. Rodrigues Gonçalves

University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

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Codes, Lawsuits Or International Law: How Should The Multinational Corporation Be Regulated With Respect To Human Rights?, Nancy L. Mensch Oct 2006

Codes, Lawsuits Or International Law: How Should The Multinational Corporation Be Regulated With Respect To Human Rights?, Nancy L. Mensch

University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

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Spreading Angst Or Promoting Free Expression? Regulating Hate Speech On The Internet, Joshua Spector Oct 2002

Spreading Angst Or Promoting Free Expression? Regulating Hate Speech On The Internet, Joshua Spector

University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

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Brazil's Legal Culture: The Jeito Revisited, Keith S. Rosenn Jan 1984

Brazil's Legal Culture: The Jeito Revisited, Keith S. Rosenn

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